Dr. Jennifer Kaleta joins Weil Foot & Ankle Institute-Naperville

  • Dr. Jennifer Kaleta, DPM

    Dr. Jennifer Kaleta, DPM

 
 
Updated 12/3/2020 6:18 PM

Dr. Jennifer Kaleta, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, has joined Weil Foot & Ankle Institute, one of the largest podiatry practices in the Midwest, which has 32 podiatrists and 22 clinic locations in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Indiana.

Dr. Kaleta will see patients in the WFAI Naperville clinic began seeing patient Dec. 1, 2020.

 

With nearly two decades of experience, Dr. Kaleta has dual specialties in diabetic foot care and sports medicine. Staying abreast of the most innovative options, Dr. Kaleta indicates that her treatment plan focuses primarily on conservative and surgical management, EPAT, and custom orthotics.

Throughout her career, Dr. Kaleta describes her practice philosophy as starting with the patient and establishing quality communication. She believes that the patient has the most valuable information regarding their health and is imperative in early diagnosis and a critical part of a successful treatment plan. Her number one goal is to help patients get back to functioning and an active lifestyle as soon as possible, and the best way to do so is to create a good doctor and patient relationship from the beginning.

Dr. Jennifer Kaleta is a proud Chicago native that is a graduate of Wake Forest University in North Carolina and The William M. School of Podiatric Medicine at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. At Wake University, Dr. Kaleta majored in Health and Sports Science with a minor in Spanish.

Board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery, Dr Kaleta is seeing patients at the Weil Foot & Ankle Institute office located at 24024 W. Brancaster Drive, Naperville, IL. To request an appointment, call (847) 390-7666 or visit www.yourilpodiatrist.com/request-an-appointment/.

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